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in the metro north train did de rail. the lead locomotive did end up teetering inches away from the water. a track problem, was it human error, mechanical error? was speed a factor the ntsb is looking into all of those factors. the metro north train that was southbound was headed toward grand central station t. derailed in the bronx around 7:20 yesterday morning. th the train did not slow down. investigators are trying to determine how bad it was going as it was approaching the curve. >> it is not the fact that there's a curve here. we have always had this configuration. we didn't have accidents. there has to be another factor. >> investigators say the speed limit is 35 miles per hour. it comes from an area where it was 70 miles an hour. >> we don't know what the train speed was. we will learn that from the event recorders. we have downloaded the data off the locomotive we have not been able to identify it or verify it. >> two of the cars split one of them ended up on the banks of the river. this is how they explained what happened. >> she said the train is going fast. she felt the jerkin
of inside story we'll look at the trade-offs and solutions when balance sheets teeter to the brink of disaster, and we start in detroit. >> let me just say that the judge has spoken, and i do think it's a tough day for all of us here in detroit [♪ music ] >> once the nation's fourth largest city, the heart of the auto industry and the soul of american music today's detroit is a portrait of urban decay and facing a water shed moment. it is the largest municipality in u.s. history to file for bankruptcy. a federal judge ruled the city is not only insolvent but in a decisive verdict declared that pensions will be included on the chopping block. dave bing is the outgoing mayor. >> the only way we stayed alive, quite frankly, is through cuts. we cut everything that we could. unless there is more investment coming into the city, and a new stream of revenue there was no way, i guess, to fix the the problem. now with bankruptcy emanant i think that debt off of our balance sheet will be less than it is today. that will be positive in a going forward basis. >> the judge restored essential
were not spared. >> our whole nation now teeters on the brink of disaster. >> simon: mandela pleaded passionately for restraint. >> take your guns, your knives and throw them into the sea! >> mandela talked to me about the fact that south africa came much closer to a violent civil war than anybody realized. >> simon: and in a civil war, president de klerk realized the white minority could stand to lose it all. in 1992, with the country threatened with chaos, he called for a national referendum. 68% of whites voted to end apartheid. >> today, we have closed the book on apartheid, and that chapter is finally closed. >> simon: it was a huge victory, but mandela knew there was at least one chapter left. >> i still cannot vote in my own country, and i cannot say that we have now bade goodbye to apartheid. >> simon: mandela reached out to his former enemies, working with president de klerk to forge a new constitution that would include black south africans. he wanted to abolish an odious system, not the men who ran it. >> to see nelson mandela and president de klerk together is the essence
. here now, bob costas. >>> teetering on the brink the steelers come up with an impressive performance tonight and stay alive, although only barely in the playoff race. they defeat the bengals, 30-20. ben roethlisberger 20 of 25, through for a touchdown and threw his first interception in four games. and antonio brown who had five catches one for a touchdown and a 67 yard pupt return td. they're likenesses go up. and they stand down on the field with michele tafoya. >> michele: well, ben, with the win tonight you keep your slim playoff hopes alive. you looked like a team with nothing to lose. you were hot out of the gate. what was the mental approach? >> just win. that's all it was. come out and win and play this game. that's all we could do is control this game and out here and that's what we did tonight. >> michele: one of the reasons you did that you were really well protected up front. part of that was getting rid of the ball quickly. how did they keep you up right? >> boys did a good job. they identify well. they block hard and just really proud of the way they play up front. >> m
in the window. i thought it would be like teetering. >> i do give him props for having vertical video because that makes you think it's real. >> it is pretty crappy camera work. also yo also, you know what gave it away, too? it's in past the binding. not just the spin narrow part went through the window but the two chunky metal bindings wheen through the window, too. >> that's the circle. >> all too perfect, you know? >> we're all familiar now with this video. ♪ what does the fox say >> of course, this elvis song became an internet song now. >> it's on the radio now, they're playing it like a regular song. >> lochy wants you to know what the fox says. >> he sounds just like a dog. >> imagine that. >> what a shock! >> i was expecting something more cat-like. >> you're funny. >> the interesting thing about lochy is he lives in redding, california at the turtle bay exploration park. they say they came to him at six weeks old and he was abandoned owe he went home with the people every night as he was froing up and now we're watching them work with him to get him to do the vocalizations. they sa
of the trains on its side and the other one sort of teetering and smoke coming out from between the two cars. >> authorities are looking into what caused the deadly accident. it has already been a difficult year for the metro-north commuter line. service was suspended july after 10 freight cars trailed. >> croatians have cast their ballots in a referendum on whether to outlaw same-sex marriage. the proposal would amend the constitution to define marriage as a union between a man and a woman. parliament called the vote after a conservative group gathered more than 700,000 signatures. croatia is overwhelmingly catholic and that church fully backs the referendum. the other camp accuses their opponents of anti-gay discrimination. health experts are warning against complacency as the united nations marks world aids day. they say the -- they say despite advances, hiv remains a global problem, claimed the lives of more than 4000 people every day. around 35 million people are infected with the hiv virus worldwide. on problem is still acute the african continent, especially in south africa and botswa
stumbles, went to the sidelines and is now teetering on the edge of irrelevance in just one year. a pretty mighty fall for impressive political figure one year ago. martha: people seem to teeter in and out of relevance very quickly in critical life. we'll see if he teeters back in the coming year. ladies, thank you so much. merry christmas to both of you. always great to see you both. bill: from the maries. martha: mary and mary catherine. bill: did james clapper lie to congress about nsa spying and should america's intelligence czar now be prosecuteed? the growing calls to do just that. >> that is really heating up. plus, calls for all explorers. a volcano creating a island right before our very eyes. a lot of places were formed this way. now we're getting a look. bill: cool stuff. ♪ [ woman 1 ] why do i cook? to share with family. [ woman 2 ] to carry on traditions. [ woman 3 ] to come together even when we're apart. [ male announcer ] in stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy and more, swanson makes holiday dishes delicious. you stand behindhat you say. the's a saying around here, gravy and
of that. what concerns me is that what's always been the constitutional-- teeter totter and what you think about the founding fathers, it really comes back to that. they always said our system works when you have liberty and security in balance. the teeter totter is just kind of right here. you haven't done a good enough job of striking that balance. we can be fair and respectful of the intelligence leadership and do a better job of striking that balance. >> warner: senator ron wyden, thank you. >> thank you. >> woodruff: the white house said the president's own policy changes now are not expected until january. >> woodruff: and to the analysis of shields and gerson. that's syndicated columnist mark shields and "washington post" columnist michael gerson. david brooks is away tonight. david brooks is away tonight. gentlemen, welcome to you both. glory be, congress has passed a budget. mark, is this something, does this mean the gridlock is coming unlocked or is this just a one-time thing. >> save the champagne, congress hasn't passed a junk. the house has passed a junk. >> that's what i mea
valley and i was told within a year or so, the rest of the district would be teetered with the new meters and that hasn't happened, if you could talk about the timing. >> yeah, sure, thank you. so, this has been a long process, it took us a long time to develop the request for a proposal because we wanted to make sure that all of the feedback we had gotten, particularly from some of our newer meters was incorporated and we're really pushing the parking meter industry, i think we're at the leader edge here in san francisco in term of making the technology work, particularly for the users. i believe the rfp was issued in january, it looks if we secure board approvalfinger we'll be basically issuing a notice to proceed probably next month, so december, the meter installation would start early in 2014 and it's probably about a 12 month process, so it would be by the end of calendar year 2014 that all 25 thousand meters should be replaced. we do have a rough idea of how we would go about sequencing that and i don't have it with me. i would be happy to share that with the board. we would be sta
teetering near the end of the cliff we should go ahead and push it over. >> the question is are we going to work together to fix these problems and there will be additional problems or are we going to do what our republican colleagues want to do, continue to sabotage the entire effort even though they don't have a better solution. >>> a new planned parenthood clinic set to open tomorrow on the peninsula is raising the ire of some neighbors. the new clinic will be located at el camino real south of redwood city. it will initially be open 20 hours a week and provide primary health care and abortions. residents have circulated a petition to help the clinic move. saying it will adversely affect near by businesses. >>> cyber monday is more popular than ever. online sales could hit the $2 billion mark. a jump of 33% from last year. experts recommend to keep your identity safe, check for the ssl padlock icon. and always use a credit card not a debit card if you don't have time to shop on monday. many retailers offer free shipping on december 18th with guaranteed delivery by christmas. >>> at sa
to their own pocket book if they are not living at home. if they are living at home, families teetering on the edge and most people are living from paycheck to paycheck. you are a 22-year-old person living at home and parents are taking care of you, that's devastating. >> i'm wondering at the same time if there is not something for the evil genius. it's about generational theft that resonates with some young people and the idea that they are getting you to buy something, but you are paying for another generation for a graft. is there something to that strategy with younger people? >> the same arguments with social security and medicare all along. there is vulnerability and a lot of them have catastrophic plan coverage because they don't get sick very often. it's a hard sell for that reason and it requires a change in the whole mind set. that's why you have all of this and you try to throw the static out there and scare people away. it's going to take a long time to create the change in the mind set. this is not the crisis the way the westside was. it was to be expected. >> republicans a
believe in, you begin to undermine the whole system. and i think we are teetering right at the edge. of a pattern of such unending lawlessness, of waiving laws, waiving rules, picking winners and losers that is fundamentally antithetical to the entire american experience. and so i think it's worth every american tomorrow taking a minute to read the gettysburg address. and then hopefully, that will lead them to go back and read the preamble to the declaration of independence. to be reminded what does it mean to be an american. and it's in that context that i set out to write "breakout." because it struck me that we are mired down in sacramento and, frankly, most of our city and county governments, in most of our school boards. we are -- and in washington d.c. we are mired down in such petty, destructive, negative politics, surrounded by campaigns of such unending viciousness and dishonesty that the entire fabric of our system's at stake. we need to breakout from this moment in american history. and what i found as i began to look around -- and this is truly what makes this, to me, on
about it next week. >> he teetered on the border. he could have died the amazing. can't wait to see the interview. that does it for us. much, doct. that will do it for us. we hope you learned a lot. we hope you'll have a healthier week. >> watch that sugar say the doctors. >> have a greatsunday. "mediabuzz" is up next with howard kurtz. here's howie. >> martin bashir resince under pressure at msnbc saying he deeply regrets his disgusting comments about sarah palin. why did it take so long for the talk show host to pay a penalty. could he have kept his job if msnbc moved quickly to suspend him. >>> president obama tries to boost his sagging fortunes by turning to chris matthews and msnbc. >> how do we get back to that confidence that we can solve our manmade problems and other problems? >> why was the host of hardball playing such softball?
a week government viewed as weak abroad now teetering at home. so nobody wants to the witness everybody wants to carve it upin their own way. the lack of american strength, at home and abroad , a lack of consensus stbornss speaking for all of the people or most of the people, has a damaging moment. when americans beverages we can sell whole world goes off the rails. we see that t chided chided, ukraine, a soviet mother ship almost arab countries moving to russia and all lost the sense of resentment that the government does not represent public it is a very dangerous moment and abroad. lou: congress does not seem to have a clear voice what is happening with ford policy we don't hear from the foreign affairs committee or the republicans or the democrats to shoulder part to show interest of the country and the president. what is going? >> a very interesting turn of events and i have covered congress since 1994 to watch what has happened and to bothties is iitereing because there is a tangible draft if not the isolationist bent but toet away from the tradition of the republican party in th
. a traveller places the baby boy on a counter. the boy teeters and then he falls but from out of nowhere the officer dives and cradles the baby. the officer says it was an instinctive reaction. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," grammy award winner celine dion. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." [ female announcer ] we give you relief from your cold symptoms. you give them the giggles. tylenol cold® helps relieve your worst cold and flu symptoms. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. tylenol cold®. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. (♪ maroon 5 "love somebody" ♪) ♪ ♪ shop the adam le cvineollection, exclusively at kmart. and get up to 40% off assorted styles. kmart. get in. get more. which means you need the best network to support them. and once you've got 100% fiber optic verizon fios, you get it -- america's fastest, most reliable internet. i was streaming videos, movies, music. once i realized how fast it was, that's when i got it. [ male announcer ] this holiday season, get the most from your n
surveillance camera captured the incident. a travel ler places the baby bow on a counter. the boy teeters and then he falls but from out of nowhere the officer dives and cradles the baby. the officer says it was an instinctive reaction. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," grammy award winner celine dion. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." the "cbs morning news." [ female announcer ] we give you relief from your cold symptoms. you give them the giggles. tylenol cold® helps relieve your worst cold and flu symptoms. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. tylenol cold®. (♪ maroon 5 "love somebody" ♪) ♪ ♪ shop the adam levine collection, exclusively at kmart. and get up to 40% off assorted styles. kmart. get in. get more. zçzçtó >>> the beatles are back. dozens of rare tracks recorded by the band 50 years ago were made available for download yesterday. mark phillips looks at the release. >> reporter: a lot of people think they don't make music like they used to. >> one, two, three, four, five. >> repo
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of the same puzzle. you have a weak government, viewed as weak abroad and now teetering at home in many respects. nobody wants to be with it and everybody wants to carve it up in their own way. the lack of american strength open and abroad, or lack of consensus government that speaks for most of the people is really a damaging moment. when america's government is weakened, the whole world goes off the rails. that is what we're seeing in china and ukraine. going back to the soviet mothership, almost, arab countries moving tore russia. at home you see this division, the sense of resentment the government does not represent the public anymore. is a very dangerous moment at home and abroad. lou: ab, congress does not seem to have as strong as clear a% voice what happens in foreign policy here. we're not hearing from the foreign affairs committee. we're not hearing as one might or democrats for that matter to shoulder part of the interest of the country and their president in the case of the democratic chairman and the senate. what is going on? >> it's a very interesting turn of events and i
, holding the pump module. >> reporter: teetering on the end of the space station's arm, they installed the refrigerator- sized pump. it took more than seven hours. it was difficult and dazzling. bill harwood is cbs news space consultant. >> working in these big cumbersome space suits is not easy. it's almost like you're wearing multi-layer clothes in the wintertime, so much so that it's hard to move. >> reporter: while connecting one hose, the astronauts' suits were sprayed with ammonia ice crystals. ammonia is used in the cooling system. to keep the noxious chemicals out of the station, they had to stay out long enough for it to evaporate in the sun. >> we do not want to bring ammonia back inside the ship. >> reporter: retired canadian astronaut chris hatfield took two walks outside the space station. >> the environment in space is harsher than most people think. in the shade, it's minus a couple hundred degrees. in the sun, it's plus 300 degrees. so we don't go outside unless there's a good reason. >> reporter: with the cooling system down, astronauts had to power down all but the ba
have discovered a mass grave with dozens of bodies inside. the discovery comes as the country teeters on the brink of civil war. the fighting falls mostly along ethnic lines with government troops loyal to the president and rebel troops backing the former vice president. secretary of state john kerry spent time on christmas eve talking by phone with the two leaders trying to convince them to end the violence and begin peace talks. tuesday, the pentagon repositioned 50 marines to uganda. they're on standby to protect americans if needed. as the united nations voted to nearly double the size of peacekeepers in the country to protect civilians. >> military resources are now fully engulfed. and even that is not adequate everywhere. >> reporter: thousands have fled their homes looking for safety. the u.n. secretary general warned in a news conference that targeted attacks against civilians or u.n. personnel could constitute war crimes or crimes against humanity. >> susan mcginnis in washington. thank you. >>> a judge in california ruled a 13-year-old girl can be taken off life support. jah
to healthcare.gov is to take it offline. >> if it's teetering near the edge of a cliff, we should go ahead and push it over. >> but one prominent democrat is now calling republicans out. he says a lot of people in need are going to miss out on the opportunity to get covered if republicans just keep trying to shut the affordable care act down. >> the question s are we going to work together to fix these problems and there will be additional problems? or are we going to do what our republican colleagues want to do, continue to try and sabotage the entire effort, even though they don't have an alternative? >> the administration has now just 120 days to enroll, a total of just under 7 million individuals in 2014. we have no indications at this point that they are going to move the deadline for enrolling in 2014 an inch. >> we have been there before and had a delay, so let's see what happens. peter thank you so much, reporting live from washington. >>> so did you live through black friday? guess what tomorrow is? cyber monday. it is the single biggest shopping day of the year online. last year
's teetering near the edge of the cliff, we should go ahead and push it over. >> democrats disagree and are calling for cooperation for affordable care to all americans. >> the question is, are we going to work together to fix these problems, or are we going to could do what our republican colleagues want to do, just sabotage the effort, even though they don't have an alternative. >> a surge in enrollment is expected by the december 23 deadline for coverage that begins in the new year. remember, california has its own website for the affordable care act at coveredca.com. >>> pushing back against a new planned parenthood clinic set to open tomorrow. it will initially be open 20 hours aweek and provide healthcare and abortions. residents have circulated a petition to get the clinic removed. >>> a natural gas pipeline in san carlos is going back into service tomorrow. pg and e says the line will run well below normal. the line was taken out of service when questions about the safety were raised by an engineer, who worried old welding could possibly cause another blast. officials say th
it wasn't just patients who are teetering at the end of life who receive these drugs, in fact, one case in particular, and that ever everett was a 61-year-old woman partially paralyzed, but he was hodgins and he had expressed a desire to be rescued and he didn't sell breakfast that morning and told his nurses that are we ready to rock 'n roll. he said one specific nurse, don't let them leave me behind, don't let them leave me behind. and she was devastated because because he was one of the patients who received these drugs and he was 380 pounds in the hospital without elevators functioning and according to people who participated in the discussion about him, they felt that -- that they were so out of hope that they felt that they couldn't carry him down the staircase. and i feel that we really need to think about this because obesity is an issue in our country. this came up at bellevue last year as well. the last person rescued when the waters came up on the east river in new york city, a big public hospital, 20 some stories high, is a 500-pound man and they didn't give up hope. they ke
teetering inches away from the water. a track problem, was it human error, mechanical error? was speed a factor the ntsb is looking into all of those factors. the metro north train that was southbound was headed toward grand central station t. derailed in the bronx around
.s. government sold its last block of general motor stock. back in 2009 as gm teetered on the brink of bankruptcy, the treasury department provided $60 million for a 60% stake in the car maker. car makers lost 60% on the bail out purchase. but the president says that when you add in the taxes, the taxpayers earned 60 million in revenue. >>> i'm number five. >> oh, yes. >> this is ellenore parker being teased by her new set children. the sound of music was her last major film role. parker is a three time oscar nominee. she passed away peacefully at a medical facility near her home in palm springs. elenore parker was 91. >>> another night of freezing cold weather. in five minutes chief meteorologist bill martin's complete forecast. >>> there's no heat and all the kids with hats and coats that's not right. >> a school with no heat, why it took a week to fix the problem. subway. eat fresh. is this flu shot necessary? it keeps you healthy during flu season. but does it hurt? nah. plus you get a really sweet bandaid! anything else i should know? here's a thought, try scoring more points on the other te
stock. back in 2009 as gm teetered on the brink of bankruptcy, the treasury department provided $60 million for a 60% stake in the car maker. car makers lost 60% on the bail out purchase. but the president says that when you add in the taxes, the taxpayers earned 60 million in revenue. >>> i'm number five. >> oh, yes. >> this is ellenore parker being teased by her new set children. the sound of music was her last major film role. parker is a three time oscar nominee. she passed away peacefully at a medical facility near her home in palm springs. elenore parker was 91. >>> another night of freezing cold weather. in five minutes chief meteorologist >>> the bay area's cold weather is a good fit for these skaters in walnut creek. the rink at civic park was filled with people bundled up in heavy coats. we also saw a lot of people wearing hats, scarves and ear muffs. >>> classrooms in one school are finally warming up after being without heat for a week. some parents didn't find out about the lack of heat until today. >> reporter: kids came out of community united elementary school bundl
of his car. he had a brain tumor. >>> and to a remarkable video out of venezuela, two cranes teetering on the edge of construction sites before crashing right there. construction workers narrowly making it out alive with minor injuries. >>> nasa is considering order the maneuver to repair a broken cooling system. engineers in houston, have been trying to fix the problem remotely, it may require a minor repair. it shut down on wednesday after it got too cold. >>> finally the moon has a new visitor this morning. china's carried out the nearly the six-wheel ed rover named jae rabbit, it will take pictures and collect samples from its the moon. >>> this is huge accomplishment for china. they're joining exclusive company, u.s.ened soviet union. >>> news you can use. >>> now to a murder mystery in paradise involving a young couple looking to start a new life in hawaii, just months away from having their first child, she was strangled and he disappeared. abc's linzie janis has more on it. >> reporter: in a remote town on the coast of hawaii's big island. police have been trying to solve the c
a brain tumor. >>> now to a remarkable video out of venezuela, two cranes teetering on the edge of construction sites before crashing as you see right there. construction workers narrowly making it out alive with jsut minor injuries. >> an astronaut may get his christmas wish -- a space walk. nasa is considering ordering the maneuver to repair a broken cooling system. engineers in houston, have been trying to fix the problem remotely, but itay require a manual repair. it shut down on wednesday after it got too cold. >>> and finally, the moon has a new visitor this morning. china's successfully carried out the operation in 40 years. the nearly the six-wheeled rover named jade rabbit, it will take pictures and collect samples from its the moon. -- moon surface. know how to say jade rabbit in chinese? >> i don't know. >> yutu. >> this is huge accomplishment for china. they're joining exclusive company, u.s. and the soviet union. >> thank you, ron. news you can use, yutu. >>> now to a murder mystery in paradise involving a young couple looking to start a new life in hawaii, they wer
to buy 15 billion-dollars in ukrainian bonds. it is a lifeline for kiav that is teetering on the line of default. we urge the government to listen to people, to the peaceful, democratic, future to which the ukrainian citizens aspire. leaders say they want to know what the president offered moscow in exchange for today's deal. a u.s. army helicopter crashed today. the black hawk went down in a little province near the pakistan boarder. the deadliest incident this year, the taliban reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack saying it shot down a chopper flying at a low also tuesday in the area. but nato said there was no insurgent activity at the time of the crash. initial reports suggest mechanical problems could be to blame. people in several parts of the country won't be getting a break from the snow any time soon. snow and freezing fog blanketed parts of chicago. also snowy weather from toledo ohio to philadelphia, and new jersey. slick roads are being blamed for accidents in west chester county new york, and several hours of delays at major airports in new york and new englan
to a lack of individual freedom. >>> south sudan teeters on the brink of civil war, forcing the president to consider the need for military response. traveling with the president in hawaii, we have the story. >> reporter: 150 u.s. marines are being moved from spain to jabuty should they be needed for another evacuation. they call for more forces to the newest hot spot, sudan. >> i am spending today calling regional leaders and others to host military support and as well as political backing for airports to diffuse the cite is. >> they are vying for control of the region since it gained independence in 2011. >> there was a lot of looting, a lot of gunshots, a lot of dead bodies, and very, very out of control youth. >> reporter: caught in the cross fire, hundreds of americans, including embassy staff, nongovernment aid workers and several others. they said on saturday that u.s. marines and security forces using aircraft and charter flights managed to evacuate 380 citizens and those from other countries, but four service members were wounded and now reported to be in stable condition. the pr
industry and 10 years ago he fired his publicist, hired his sister and really teetered on the edge of letting all that vaporize. we can't fault these people if they are not that successful. all right. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> well, the show may be over, but the conversation continues on our web site. al jazeera countycom slash consider this. check out our face book page or our google plus pages. we have a great show planned for tomorrow. talking about living wages. check check check >> strong holiday sales fuelled by deep discounts, but is it enough to send the economy rebounding in time for the new year. >> a desperate plea from pakistan - a kidnapped american seeking freedom begs the american government not to forget his plight. >> child bribes still married in kenya, despite the practice being outlawed. >> the olympic skier whose dreams is not to win in socchi, but to promote his sport in his homeland.
apart is the wrong thing. if it's teetering near the edge of the cliff, we should go ahead and push it over. what i have done is introduced two bills, one that says that the president and all of his political appointees would have to enroll obama care. i don't think they would like that. i've also introduced a bill that says the definition of small business for obama care would be the same one that the small business administration uses. you know, what liberals always do, they don't always say we're going to grab one-fifth of the economy at once. they work on this for years and years and years. so we have to dismantle this piece by piece if that's the card we're going to have to play with the harry reid senate. >> guys, it seems inevitable that you will see medicare and medicaid expand in the wake of obama care and you're going to see a lot of doctors opt not to treat medicare and medicaid patients. how do conservatives respond to that? liberals will say they'll come pell doctors to expand it. what's the marketplace for that? >> i don't see any way in the world. what i see is some o
apart, it's the wrong thing, if it's teetering near the edge of the cliff, we should go ahead and push it over. >> one prominent house democratic said repealing the affordable care act is not a good answer to the problems at hand. >> the question is will we work together to fix these problems and there will be additional problems or will we continue just to try and sabotage the entire effort even though they don't have an alternative? >> president obama's apology for the faulty health care website didn't help his poll numbers much, but one top adviser doesn't thing that slide will last too long. >> people trust this president. there's been numbers all over the place. but i'm confident in a few months from now those trust numbers will come up. >> they can monitor healthcare.gov's performance in realtime. but the political fallout will take months or years to really set in. >> peter, thank you. right now, these pictures of a massive pile-up. now we knew a wintry mix would hit the upper east coast. now it has. >>> hollywood in mourning as we learn more details about the car crash that kil
that bad in livermore but i do have gloves on. it's been teetering between 27 and 29 degrees. i've been driving around a lot of the cars don't have a frosty heads. but quite cold this morning. it's not unbearable but is still pretty chilly. >>james: thanks mike. let's head over to the weather center with an a. >>anny: come morning. alton livermore is definitely called the 26 degrees. now but is actually at 19 degrees so very cold in napa. it's not 24 but 19 degrees. we will fix that. and about as close at 21. a pleasanton 38. much colder now than 24 hours ago. in livermore temperatures are 14 degrees colder are mild spot is and sent to spy 41 degrees. we have a freeze warnings to what effect this morning grid has now been extended through tomorrow morning for all the areas uc and pink. the only exception is san francisco with below freezing with no below freezing temperatures. highs today are very similar to yesterday. we will see bright and sunny skies this afternoon but it would be a chilling one. temperatures in san jose not even breaking between the 50 degree territory parisian 47 i
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